Qaanitah Hunter | ANC self-mutilation & needed DA shake-up - why it may be open season for new players

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President Cyril Ramaphosa   Photo: Getty Images
President Cyril Ramaphosa Photo: Getty Images

What's certain is that politics in South Africa will be reimagined whether the two biggest political parties in this country like it or not, writes Qaanitah Hunter

Whenever there is a discussion about the ANC's inevitable decline in the 2024 elections, people dreadfully ask what other alternatives the country has.  

South Africa has a peculiar situation where just as the incumbent governing party is declining, so too are the main opposition parties.

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